Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Comic Round-Up: February 3, 2016

Deadpool’s Art Of War No 1 by Scott Koblish

Interview: Daniel Clowes talks about his life, his career and how working on the collected edition of Eightball led to his most recent book, Patience.

Interview: Hip Hop Family Tree creator Ed Piskor shows off old-school comics tools

Interview: Marissa Meyer, author of the YA sci-f novel series The Lunar Chronicles, will write a two-volume graphic novel, Wires and Nerve, with art by Douglas Holgate.

Interview: Posy Simmonds discusses the history of female comics creators (who are being featured in a new exhibit at the House of Illustration in London).

News: After months of fan speculation and adorable photoshoots, it's been officially confirmed that CBS' Supergirl TV series will cross over with the CW's The Flash.  This expands the tally of DC's Arrowverse shared multiverse to five series across three networks and two media: CW's Arrow, The Flash, and new team spinoff Legends of Tomorrow; CW Seed animated series Vixenrenewed for a second miniseries and soon to cross into live action on Arrow; CBS series Supergirl; and cancelled NBC series Constantine.

News: Egyptian cartoonist Islam Gawish was released from custody on Monday, and apparently will face no further charges.  Gawish’s arrest Sunday during a raid on the website Egypt News Network caused a swift backlash, with the Arab Network for Human Rights and the Strong Egypt Party issuing statements defending him, and cartoonists and others tweeting in support of him using his name as a hashtag.

7 More Animated Series DC Comics Should Revive

Caitlin McCabe discusses a 1955 TV show about the horrors of comics

How Do We Build a Comics Industry for the 21st Century?

Paul Tumey writes about the history of minicomics 

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